"After a short hiking through the countryside there's no great thing such as rest on a hammock a little bit and grind some coffee, a lady from a nearby village is preparing handmade tortillas with fried beans and cheese it just tastes to Honduras, you can also easily fall in love as well if you allow Honduras to surprise you with its simple things. "
PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to ensure that my availability is up-to-date at all times, due to my heavy workload (especially during the peak travel season), my availability may be subject to change at very short notice. To avoid any disappointments, I ask that you send me a message with your preferred tour date and start times BEFORE you book and pay. Please click on the button labeled 'ASK A QUESTION' to send me a message and I will reply to you promptly. Thank you.
A Recent Review of this guide
Luis was great. I really gave him no direction in developing an itinerary and he did a great job in providing a good overview of the history, the people and the culture in our short time together. His emphasis on local foods was particularly enjoyable. His English was excellent and he was very knowledgeable in his responses to my questions. I would highly recommend him to anyone.
-. Sociology and History degree.
-. Bird Watching trained
-. Volunteer management
-. CPR Trained.
Luis has been working for Habitat for Humanity serving foreign volunteers from the U.S, Canada, and Ireland for more than 18 years also have provided tours for German and English Cruise lines, have received training on Bird Watching, Colonial Architecture, knows a big part of Honduras, its history and can't wait to show you around.
Luis can show you:
a) The road less traveled
b) key people network and places.
c) Local culture and history
d) Bird Watching.